G2 Jacket

 

G2 Jacket
Page Type Gear Review
Object Title G2 Jacket
Manufacturer Mountain Equipment
Page By Nanuls
Page Type Jun 15, 2007 / Jun 15, 2007
Object ID 3423
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Product Description

A softshell jacket ideal for when the weather doesn't play by the rules

WEIGHT: 630g SIZES: S - XL

SPECIFICATION:
We use Gore-Tex® Windstopper® Energy fabric for this jacket. It has a windstopper membrane for weather protection and a fairly deep pile back for warmth. This makes the G2 jacket one of the most weatherproff softshells around.

Features


  • Windstopper® Energy fabric gives you great insulation and breathability

  • Critical seams are externally taped for virtual waterproofness

  • Zip away fully adjustable Gore-Tex® Paclite® hood

  • Superb Mountain Equipment active cut for great freedom of movement

  • 2 lower stealth zipped mesh lined pockets are designed for hand warming or carrying essentials whilst on the move

  • 1 Internal chest pocket large enough to take a map

  • Collar area is finished in microfleece for next to skin comfort
  • Front zip is protected from the rear with a PVC backed microfleece storm flap for maximum weather protection

  • Articulated elbows for an active fit

  • Pit zips for easy ventilation when you are on the move

  • Hem drawcord with single hand adjusters allows for easy venting or cinching in to retain warmth

  • Adjust the cuff size perfectly to your wrist with the rubber cuff grabs



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Nanuls - Jun 15, 2007 11:29 am - Voted 5/5

My favorite jacket
Officially my favorite piece of kit this jacket is awsome when the temperature drops. Ideal in winter for Alpine climbing or walking in the park the G2 is in everyway an excellent softshell. The numerous ventelation pockets also mean that when temperatures do change you don't have to keep taking it off and putting it back on again. My only critisism is that the hood is too small and doesn't protect the wearer from rain well enough, then again if you are wearing this in torrential rain, your wearing the wrong jacket.

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